On 26 July, the UK announced it will open trade offices in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Raleigh, North Carolina, and San Diego, California. The offices will promote UK businesses and build new economic ties, as similar existing offices in cities like Houston, Boston, Atlanta, Denver and Seattle have done.
Nick Hallchurch, partner in B P Collins’ litigation and dispute resolution team blows its cover believing the scheme could transform the landscape for making negligence claims.
Facebook-owned Oculus has started pre-orders of its Rift virtual reality headset, which comes with a price tag of £550. And gadget-loving business leaders won’t have to wait long to lead a VR life as the gizmos hit shelves on 20 September.
Growing British businesses have a lot to think about, whether that’s cash flow, investment, recruitment, marketing or expanding. But there’s also a pressing legal matter that needs to be prioritised, which comes in the form of auto-enrolment and the workplace pension.
After the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) surprisingly approved of Specsavers' trademark of "should've," we took a look at companies that succeeded in monopolising one word.
There has been a great deal of debate about the effect of Brexit from an economic, societal and cultural perspective, and education is no exception, says IBM's Jenny Taylor.
Crowdfunding has become mainstream in the modern, connected, technology-enabled world. Yet research from Beauhurst, a company that monitors the UK's startups, scaleups and investors has actually pointed to a recent decline in crowdfunding.
News Arianna Huffington is leaving her eponymous website The Huffington Post to focus on her “wellbeing and productivity” startup Thrive Global poses a question: Why?